After months of restoration and historical work, the City of Reno had a dedication ceremony for the Reno Historic African American Cemetery, which holds at least 29 people, some graves dating back to the 1880s.
A dog park petition started two month ago by Jennifer Heuberger has taken off, almost reaching 500 signatures.
The Reno City Council will allow public comment on any issue before receiving monthly reports from the police, public works and volunteer fire departments at their 6 p.m. meeting Monday.
Crazy House Western Wear held its inaugural Goat Roping Competition on Saturday.
The Reno Parks and Trail Committee will debrief its Halloween celebration at a 6 p.m. meeting today, to be hosted virtually. The dial-in code and meeting ID will be posted on renotexas.us five minutes before the meeting.
The City of Reno is collecting stuffing donations at City Hall, 160 Blackburn St., to be delivered to the Downtown Food Pantry for their annual stuffing drive.
The City of Reno is ready to spook the community with their 2020 Monster Mash and BBQ Cook-Off at Reno Kiwanis Park on Halloween.
The Reno City Council will discuss a renovation proposal for a standpipe as well as offering a public comment period at the beginning of the Monday meeting.
The Reno Parks and Trail Committee is looking forward to upcoming festivities, including Movies in the Park, the 2020 Monster Mash and BBQ Cook-Off Festival and trunk or treating and Christmas in the Park.
Both the Reno Parks and Trail Committee and the Cemetery Committee will meet tonight to discuss an upcoming event, and the dedication ceremony for the Reno Historic African American Cemetery.
The Reno City Council will host a virtual meeting Monday at 5:15 p.m. to discuss the 2020-21 fiscal year budget and tax rate, after which it will host public hearings on both matters.
The active Covid-19 case count in Lamar County is falling after spending weeks rising to a high of 226.
The Reno Cemetery Committee will discuss and plan the dedication ceremony for the Reno Historic African American Cemetery at its 5:15 p.m. virtual meeting Tuesday. The dial-in code and meeting ID will be posted on renotexas.us five minutes before the meeting.
Lamar County Adopt-A-Cop is hosting a Disaster Relief Drive for Texans in need of support in the aftermath of Hurricane Laura.
The county’s active case count rose to 167 on Friday, just two days after setting a two-week high of 143, according to the district's data.
Records show a 72-year-old man and two women ages 82 and 88 lost their battle against the infection that has killed more than 9,000 Texans as of 4 p.m. Wednesday.
The Reno Police Department and Texas Rangers have been conducting compliance checks in the City of Reno to ensure that those required to register are following their duties.
An 87-year-old man has become the 17th Lamar County resident to lose his life against Covid-19, according to the Paris-Lamar County Health District. An additional 15 cases also were reported today.
Work on Reno water and sewer infrastructure, including a potential new water tower, could lead to a rise in the city’s water rates for the first time in several years.
City officials will soon be adding an additional method for the Reno Police Department to solve crimes as the city is partnering with the Texas Department of Transportation to install license plate readers throughout town.
The City of Reno’s ongoing efforts to repair city streets is continuing as the City Council on Monday unanimously voted to perform road and drainage repairs along a trio of city streets.